Biden, Trump winners throughout area

Across the region, voters came out to show their preferences for who should be the standard-bearer for their political parties when America votes for President of the United States in November. For Republicans, the incumbent performed as expected with an overwhelming victory. For Democrats, with two well-known senators from New England on the ballot, it was a much tougher choice and one won by a former vice president.

Auburn

In Auburn, Joe Biden was the clear victor with 1,213 votes, more than 39 percent of the vote. Bernie Sanders came in second with 800 votes (nearly 26 percent), followed by Elizabeth Warren at 429 votes (nearly 14 percent) and Michael Bloomberg at 381 votes (more than 12 percent). Despite having withdrawn from the race in the days leading up to the primary vote, Pete Buttigieg received 110 votes, Amy Klobuchar received 48 votes, and Tom Steyer received 32 votes.

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 803 votes (more than 86 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 87 votes (more than 9 percent). There were 20 blanks submitted as well as 19 votes (2 percent) for Joe Walsh, and one vote for Roque De La Fuente.

Charlton

In Charlton, Joe Biden received more than 37 percent of the Democratic support with 679 votes. Bernie Sanders came in second with 515 votes (more than 28 percent), while third and fourth places were separated by just a few votes. Michael Bloomberg edged out Elizabeth Warren for the bronze, with 235 for the former mayor of New York and 231 for the senior senator from Massachusetts. Though no longer in the race, Pete Buttigieg received 80 votes, more than 4 percent of the ballots.

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 608 votes (more than 86 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 76 votes (nearly 11 percent). There were nine blanks submitted as well as seven votes (1 percent) for Joe Walsh, and three votes for Roque De La Fuente.

Dudley

In Dudley, Joe Biden received 506 votes (nearly 36 percent), exactly 100 more votes than runner-up Bernie Sanders (406 votes, nearly 29 percent). Elizabeth Warren received 196 votes (almost 14 percent), followed by Michael Bloomberg’s 172 votes (more than 12 percent). The Democratic field’s most recent departures placed fifth through sixth as Pete Buttigieg received 48 votes (more than 3 percent), Tom Steyer received 26 votes (almost 2 percent), and Amy Klobuchar received 16 votes (more than 1 percent).

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 550 votes (more than 91 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 41 votes (nearly 7 percent). There were seven blanks submitted as well as six votes (1 percent) for Joe Walsh.

Oxford

In Oxford, Joe Biden had a closer race than in most parts of southern Worcester County. Biden’s 709 votes (almost 37 percent) were good for first place, but not terribly far ahead of the 617 votes (almost 32 percent) for Bernie Sanders. Elizabeth Warren was a distant third with 222 votes (more than 11 percent), followed by Michael Bloomberg (204 votes, more than 10 percent). Despite having dropped out of the race in recent days, Pete Buttigieg received 70 votes (almost 4 percent), Amy Klobuchar received 30 votes (almost 2 percent), and Tom Steyer received 24 votes (more than 1 percent).

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 757 votes (almost 92 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 50 votes (more than 6 percent). There were as many blanks as votes for Joe Walsh (6 votes, almost 1 percent), and four votes (about one-half percent) for Roque De La Fuente.

Southbridge

In Southbridge, Joe Biden’s 583 votes (nearly 34 percent) pushed him ahead of the 505 votes cast for Bernie Sanders (more than 29 percent). Michael Bloomberg received 255 votes (nearly 15 percent) and Elizabeth Warren gathered 196 votes (more than 11 percent), with recent drop-outs Pete Buttigieg (80 votes, nearly 5 percent), Amy Klobuchar (23 votes, more than 1 percent), and Tom Steyer (20 votes, more than 1 percent) trailing behind.

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 445 votes (more than 89 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 32 votes (more than 6 percent). Joe Walsh finished third with 13 votes (almost 3 percent), while six blanks were submitted and three votes cast for Roque De La Fuente.

Spencer

In Spencer, Joe Biden had a healthy lead with more than 37 percent of the ballots lending him support. Biden’s 570 votes put him ahead of the 451 votes (nearly 30 percent) gathered by Bernie Sanders, and well ahead of Elizabeth Warren (219 votes, more than 14 percent) and Michael Bloomberg (163 votes, nearly 11 percent).

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 612 votes (more than 93 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 38 votes (almost 6 percent). Joe Walsh finished third with three votes (about one-half percent), while there were two blanks and two votes for Roque De La Fuente.

Webster

In Webster, Joe Biden’s 673 votes (more than 37 percent) was the voters’ preference. Bernie Sanders came in second with 544 votes (more than 30 percent), with more remote finishes from Michael Bloomberg (238 votes, more than 13 percent) and Elizabeth Warren (201 votes, more than 11 percent). Though they recently ended their bids for the White House, votes were also tallied for Pete Buttigieg (43 votes, more than 2 percent), Amy Klobuchar (27 votes, more than 1 percent), and Tom Steyer (24 votes, more than 1 percent).

On the Republican ballot, Donald Trump received 657 votes (91 percent) while Bill Weld garnered 47 votes (almost 7 percent). Joe Walsh finished third with 12 votes (almost 2 percent), while there were five blanks submitted and one vote for Roque De La Fuente.

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